The Dallas Cowboys used to have three running backs that, I felt, were capable of starting on other NFL teams and could each take 20-plus carries a game. However, Felix Jones is looking to be injury prone, which is heartbreaking for Cowboys fans, considering he could have won the Offensive Rookie of the Year last season and the lack of him on the field is easily noticed. Without him, Dallas had to rely on Marion Barber, who was still nursing a quad injury, and Tashard Choice at Invesco Field at Mile High in Denver. The lack of a third running back to help with the oxygen-deprived players hurt like surgery without anesthesia. Last week, despite the fact the Cowboys won, they should not have been forced into overtime against a team like the Chiefs. No offense to Todd Haley, he's a great coac ...
Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article written by James Williamson